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Name: MARIE
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 28/12/1880
Completed: 01/1881
Builder: Palmer’s Ship Building & Iron Co Ltd
Yard: Jarrow
Yard Number: 432
Dimensions: 1303grt, 770nrt, 249.4 x 33.1 x 17.4ft
Engines: C2cyl (28 & 54 x 36ins), 120nhp
Engines by: Palmer’s Ship Building & Iron Co Ltd, Jarrow
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 82844
History:
01/1881 Burdick & Cook, London
1889 Angfartygs A/B Ibis (KOF Dalman), Gothenburg; renamed OTIS
1906 Förnyade Angfartygs A/B Viking (KOF Dalman), Gothenburg
1912 Manager JM Dannberg
1915 Rederi A/B Otis (JM Dannberg), Gothenburg
1919 Rederi A/B Åtran (F Hultmann), Gothenburg
1921 Rederi A/B Inga (F Hultmann), Falkenberg
1933 E Kranfeldt & Co, Tallinn; renamed TAAT
1934 A Jürgenthal & others, Tallinn
1942 Deutsches Reich – Admiral der KMD (E Oldendorff, Lübeck)
1942 Renamed FISCHHAUSEN
1943 Manager Karl Grosse, Brake; renamed GERTRUD OHLROGGE
1947 Ministry of Transport (Springwell Shipping Co Ltd), London; renamed TAAT
1951 Cia Maritima Tees SA (A Jürgenthal, Stockholm), Panama; renamed WEAR
01/09/1952 Broken up
Comments: 04/1940: Detained at Bergen by German forces on a voyage from
Gothenburg to London. Formally seized 09/1940
01/09/1952: Arrived at Blyth for breaking up by Hughes Bolckow Ltd


Above photo as OTIS copyright of Per-Erik Johnsens

Above photo as OTIS copyright of Per-Erik Johnsens

Above photo as TAAT copyright of Robert Bomans

Above photo as TAAT copyright of Robert Bomans